Lighting Changes Wigs Hair Color Tone

July 31, 2020

Lighting Changes Wigs Hair Color Tone

Summer is here and many of us are thinking or have taught of hair dyeing. What a tough decision to make it comes to hair color choosing! It all has to do with how your hair is illuminated. “You are never going to look exactly the same in every single light”

Direct sunlight absorbs or transmits all hair color into a rainbow, which only happens when you visualize all of the colors that you have in your hair. On the other side when there is no light no illumination reflects, making the color look dark and flat. Speak to family members, ask them, if they remember having any color change experience after dyeing their hair. Lastly, it is very important to consult with your hairstylist about the wig hair color you are trying to achieve. Remember, lighting makes a difference!

Communication is the Purchasing online can be difficult. Keep in mind that the color is not seen in person. So after the product arrives color tends to be lighter or darker from what was seen on the website.

Below are some demonstrations of models wearing the same color with indoor and outdoor reflections.

Melted Marshmallow

Subtly warm dark sandy blonde blend with medium brown roots and light ash blonde tips and highlights

Hair Color: RL29/25

Golden Russet – Strawberry Blonde with Golden Blonde highlights

Hair Color: FS4/33/30A

Midnight Cocoa – Dark Brown, Medium Red, Medium Natural Red Blonde/Brown Blend with Medium Natural Red Blonde/Brown Blend Bold Highlight

Minka Lace Front & Monofilament Synthetic Wig by Jon Renau
Minka Lace Front & Monofilament Synthetic Wig by Jon Renau

Hair Color: Dark Red

33 with 32 highlights – Auburn with brighter red highlights

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